Fluoride Action Network

Protected: Moms2B Campaign

The Moms2-B Avoid Fluoride campaign, launched in April 2018, warns pregnant women to avoid drinking fluoridated tap water and all other sources of fluoride because of the potential for harm to the brain of the fetus. Please join with us.

References

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Fluoride and IQ: The 52 Studies

Brain: 52 IQ Studies

Brain: 122 Human Studies

Brain: 220 Animal Studies

• Fetal brain

Dong Z, Wan C, Liu J. 1993. Determination of the contents of amino-acid and monoamine neurotransmitters in fetal brains from a fluorosis-endemic area. Journal of Guiyang Medical College 18(4):241-45. (Translated from Chinese into English by the Fluoride Action Network in 2012.)

Du L, Wan C, Cao X, Liu J. 2008. The effect of fluorine on the developing human brain. Fluoride 41(4):327–330. (Originally published in Chinese in the Chinese Journal of Pathology 1992;21(4):218-20. Translated from Chinese into English by the Fluoride Action Network.)

He H, Cheng Z, Liu W. 2008. Effects of fluorine on the human fetus. Fluoride 41(4):321–326. (Originally published in Chinese in the Chinese Journal of Control of Endemic Diseases 1989;4(3):136-138.Translated by the Fluoride Action Network.)

Yu Y, Wang W, Dong Z, et al. 2008. Neurotransmitter and receptor changes in the brains of fetuses from areas of endemic fluorosis. Fluoride 41(2):134–138. (Originally published in Chinese in the Chinese Journal of Endemiology 1996;15:257-259.)

All other references:

Grandjean P, Landrigan PJ. 2014. Neurobehavioral effects of developmental toxicity. Lancet Neurology 13(3):330-38

NRC (National Research Council of the National Academies. 2006. Fluoride in drinking water: a scientific review of EPA’s standards. The National Academies Press, Washington D.C.

 

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